Posted by Unknown on 2nd Sep 2013
I've got a female Doberman who is all mouth. She consumes everything in sight in as few bites (or gulps!) as possible. I started buying these as occasional treats for other dogs but now I buy them 50 at a time for this Doberman. It's the only chew treat I've found that she can have inside the house (because it doesn't stink while she chews it and doesn't get broken or chewed up into pieces) and which will take her at least 20 minutes or more to consume. I prefer to give her the fattest, flattest Bully Sticks, because she is less likely to swallow a fat flat one before she has chewed it down to a small nub. (Yes, it's true--sometimes a thinner bully stick appears in a poop pile in the yard looking pretty much the same way it did when I gave it to her. What're ya gonna do?)
Posted by pete on 19th Feb 2013
Charlie, our SATO who is admittedly not an avid chewer, usually cuts through bully sticks of all sizes and shapes without any issue. He could not finish this 6" bully - it lasted and lasted! No stink, no mess, just a very tired pup. Can't ask for anything more.
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Bully sticks have been the dog lover's chew of choice for many, many years. Our bully sticks are 100% all natural and nature made in the Midwest. Hard to come by, SitStay bully sticks are the cream of the crop, the best of the best, the top of the charts...you get the picture. They are really, really, really good. They won't ruin your carpet or stink up the house. Your dog will get tons of chewing pleasure and you'll get tons of quiet time. Ahhhh.
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